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Pepperpain
Pepperpain.png
Pepperpain with hazards turned off in Fraymakers.
Appearance Fraymakers
Home stage for Ultra Fishbunjin 3000
Music track(s)
  • Where the Pain Grows
  • Blobbers

Pepperpain, also known as Pepperpain Prairie, is a stage in Fraymakers hailing from Ittle Dew 2 and Slap City that serves as a home stage for Ultra Fishbunjin 3000.

Layout

Pepperpain consists of a large main platform and two small soft platforms floating above. With hazards turned on, a currently unknown character from Ittle Dew appears.

Music

  • The music track arranged by OverClocked ReMix is Where the Pain Grows, an electronic cover of the theme that plays on the main variant of the Pepperpain Prairie stage in Slap City.
  • The music track arranged by Jules Conroy is Blobbers, a metal cover of the theme that plays on the Skyline stage and the Arcade mode's Clone Horde battle in Slap City, also called Clown Horde.

Origin

Pepperpain Prairie in Ittle Dew 2.

Pepperpain in Slap City.

Pepperpain is a stage in Slap City based on Pepperpain Prairie, a location in Ittle Dew 2 located north of Fluffy Fields and Fancy Ruins. It is a desert-themed area containing large peppers growing from the ground, salsa-filled pools, Western-themed buildings, and volcanic eruptions, as well as enemies such as Cowbuns, Bunboys, and Spectres. It also contains Pepperpain Mountain, which can be accessed through Pepperpain Trail and houses the Potassium Mine, the sixth dungeon in the game where the Ice Ring can be obtained.

In Slap City, Pepperpain is a basic symmetrical stage containing a large platform and two passable platforms growing from the plateaus in the background. The stage in Fraymakers carries the same layout and on-stage background details. However, the off-stage background has been completely redone, now being based on the desert's appearance in Ittle Dew 2, showing a large stretch of land with details such as a Cowbun and a cave surrounded by salsa.

Trivia

  • Pepperpain is the first stage to be revealed after the end of the Kickstarter campaign.
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